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New Galaxy S8 sizes rumored, including 6-inch beast


While many people are working out their attempts to track Santa’s route around the globe that will be starting soon, sources in Korea have dropped their own gift in the form of new rumors about Samsung’s upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S8. We have already heard rumors about a couple massive devices coming from Samsung and this latest batch of news seems to confirm some of the previous information, but revises other bits. The latest claims indicate Samsung will be releasing a 5-inch Galaxy S8 and a 6-inch Galaxy S8 Plus in 2017.

Best job seeking apps


While newspapers are certainly still around, they’re not nearly as helpful as they used to be in providing announcements for new job openings. And if you live in an area where good-paying jobs are scarce, you’re in even more trouble. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of the some of the best Android apps for looking for a job. Each of these apps will help take the hassle out of trying to find something, even if you’re not 100% sure what you’re looking for yet.

‘RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic’ opens the gate for gameplay on Android


Atari released a “new” game today that has an Android version available, but older PC gamers may recognize it as being a classic game. The new title is RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic and is based on the original RollerCoaster Tycoon and RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 titles for PCs. The game brings a similar visual experience and gameplay from the classic titles to the mobile platform.

How to enable the app drawer in Huawei’s EMUI 5.0


So you have a new Huawei phone such as the Mate 9 and you are faced with app icons spread willy-nilly all over the home screen. It’s frustrating, right? Luckily, the Mate 9 is running EMUI 5.0, the latest iteration of Huawei’s custom software overlay, and the first that actually has an app drawer built-in. Naturally, it isn’t the default option so join us after the break to find out how to enable the app drawer on EMUI 5.0.